AHRS Artistic Resources

As Artistic Director of Ballet Philippines Alan oversaw repertoire expansion, artistic development of the company artists, and a heightened international profile.


A sought-after choreographer, his work is in the repertories of Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, American Ballet Theatre Studio Company, Ballet de Monterrey, Ballet Philippines, Pennsylvania Ballet, ProDanza Cuba, Atlanta Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, Ricmond Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, Dayton Ballet, Juilliard Dance Ensemble, Utah Regional Ballet and Ballet Academy East among many schools, colleges, universities and professional companies.


As a teacher, Hineline has instructed every level of dancer, from beginner through professional. He is part of Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s faculty and has been a guest faculty member for, among others, Ballet Academy East and The Juilliard School. Along with these fine schools he has taught at the Jackson International Ballet Competition, Aoyama Ballet Festival, and Jacob’s Pillow Summer Dance Festival.

To inquire about teaching, choreography and/or teaching residencies, I invite you to contact me here. I look forward to hearing from you.

Alan Hineline brings a broad range of international artistic leadership, choreography and teaching credentials to Alan Hineline Related Services (AHRS). He is Director of Artistic Programming and long-time faculty member at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet.

The rich teaching and choreographic experience that Alan brings into the studios at Ballet Academy East and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet always generates huge growth among our students. The dancers always enjoy being pushed by his technically demanding and artistically nurturing approach.

I have enjoyed my association with Alan Hineline over 20 years.  I trust and admire his work as a choreographer, master teacher and director. His work is intuitive and direct. His ability to see exactly what would help my company succeed and his clear artistic vision have helped Utah Regional Ballet achieve many goals.

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